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Manhattan Kansas

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Manhattan Kansas ain't no place to have a baby
When you got no man to give it his last name
And the folks back in Manhattan didn't want me or my bundle
So I took my child and caught an evening train

And I found a job in Denver washing dishes in a diner
At least it buys my baby milk to drink
He once told me I was pretty but the only ring it got me
Is the ring of grease that runs around the sink

Yes I laid beside him gentle cause he told me that he loved me
And he made me dance before the music played
But at least I didn't beg him I'd rather wash my dishes
Cause it makes me feel as if my hands're clean

Sometimes I stand there thinkin' bout the men back home in Kansas
And how my folks just turned away ashamed
I stare down through the soap suds reach down and pulls the drain plug
And watche as Manhattan drains away

Yes I laid beside him gentle...
Yes it makes me feel as if my hands're clean

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